Dear Puppet Enterprise Users,

Puppet Enterprise 2016.4.7 and 2017.2.3 are now available.

These are security and bugfix releases of Puppet Enterprise. All users of
Puppet Enterprise 2016.4.x and 2017.2.x are encouraged to upgrade when
possible to Puppet Enterprise 2016.4.7 and 2017.2.3, respectively.

These releases include fixes to address security vulnerabilities in Java
and nginx, as well as a number of other bugfixes and improvements.

For information on the bug fixes in these releases, see
https://docs.puppet.com/pe/2016.4/release_notes.html and
https://docs.puppet.com/pe/2017.2/release_notes.html.

As a current Puppet Enterprise user, you can upgrade to this new version as
part of your annual subscription. If upgrading, it is required to upgrade
your master, puppetdb, and console servers first.

As always, we want to hear about your experiences with Puppet Enterprise.
If you have any questions about upgrading, be sure to get in touch with
Puppet Support.

-- 
*Molly Waggett*
Assoc. Release Engineer
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